Doping prevention in recreational sport in Europe – a study on emerging practices among European stakeholders, Chapter 3 FAIR Final report

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  • Ask Vest Christiansen
  • Andrew Bloodworth, Swansea University, United Kingdom
  • Evie Ham, Swansea University
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  • Luke Cox, Swansea University
The Forum for Anti-Doping in Recreational Sport seeks to build upon the developments in policy that have arisen since the Study on Doping Prevention (SoDP; Backhouse et al., 2014). One recommendation from the SoDP was to provide a platform for sharing examples of good practice in the emerging field of anti-doping in recreational sport. The Forum for Anti-Doping in Recreational Sport (FAIR) is intended to fulfil this recommendation. The objectives of the Forum are as follows: Review existing doping prevention interventions, including for food and food supplements, which are aimed at recreational sports people, and report on good practices; Provide a forum for open discussion and objective thinking about reducing the prevalence of doping for performance- and image-enhancing purposes; and Inform key stakeholders and policy makers on evidence-based planning and encourage them to adopt the good practices and to use information material/tools to raise awareness of doping issues to their users. The Technical Expert Group 1 (TEG1) conducted research designed to 1) understand developments in anti-doping in recreational sport since the 2014 SoDP and 2) to explore and provide examples of good or emerging practice in anti-doping in recreational sport.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFAIR - Forum for anti-doping in recreational sport 2019. Final Report
Place of publicationBruxelles
PublisherEurope Active
Publication year20 Jan 2020
Pages24-73
Chapter3
Publication statusPublished - 20 Jan 2020

    Research areas

  • Doping, recreational sport, EU, Sport, recreational athletes, National Anti Doping Organisations, Anabolic androgenic steroids, Best Practice, Emerging Practice

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